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Re: OT: Vocal Harmonizer recommendations?

The Rocktron Intellifex actually does a pretty credible job, IIRC. Do check with someone who actually has one around to verify that.

On 7/10/07, RICK WALKER <looppool@cruzio.com> wrote:
All my life I've wanted a good vocal harmonizer in either a floor
or rackmount version and they've always been a bit out of my grasp

I've used the Red Whammy pedal and the Digitech Vocal 300 but they both
are very noisy and don't have intelligent harmonies in them.

I've also got a Boss IntelliShifter but it's scales are very perfunctory and
would like to be able to do things like use Balkan harmonies or even
shifting harmonies so it's just not sophisticated enough for the things I
want to do.

I've finally decided to throw caution to the wind and try to find a more
sophisticated unit
for my live looping performances

The Eventides are just out of my price range even in used condition
...............for what that's worth.

.................but I have been looking specifically, at

Digitech DHP-44 Intelligent Harmonizer Whammy Eventide

Digitech VHM5 Vocalist Harmonizer

Digitech Vocalist Performer Harmonizer Vocal Processor

Digitech Vocalist Live 2 Vocal Harmonizer

Does anyone have any advice for me or are there units to avoid (for reasons
of noise or lack of sophistication)?